Hello, and welcome to the Praxis II Teaching Reading Exam informational video! The Teaching Reading Exam is designed to support both licensing an entry-level reading teacher and adding a reading endorsement to an existing license. The test taker has 2 hours to complete the 90 multiple-choice questions and 3 constructed response questions across 6 separate categories. The categories break down as such; Emergent Literacy has 15 multiple-choice questions and is worth 12% of the exam, Phonological Awareness has 14 multiple-choice questions and is worth 12%, Alphabetic Principles/Phonics and Word Analysis has 14 multiple-choice questions and is worth 12%, Comprehension and Fluency has 30 multiple-choice questions and is worth 25%, Vocabulary has 17 multiple-choice questions and is worth 14%, and Instructional Process has 3 constructed response questions and is worth the remaining 25% of the exam. If you would like a comprehensive preparation system for the Praxis II Teaching Reading Exam be sure to check out Mometrix.com.
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